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CRISTIANO THINKS IN THE FUTURE

This is the wish of Cristiano Ronaldo for the year 2017

Published:30/12/2016 - 17:49h

Updated:30/12/2016 - 17:49h

The Portuguese player of the Real Madrid, Cristiano Ronaldo, has cuajado a 2016 perfect for his interests, winning individual prizes and also communities with the Real Madrid and Portugal. Of face to 2017, ensures that it wants to more trophies

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The Portuguese footballer of the Real Madrid, Cristiano Ronaldo, has conceded some statements to "Real Madrid TV" after the turn to the trainings of the group merengue this Friday, ensuring that of face to the year 2017 has in mind follow achieving titles.

"It has been a year of dream, so much in the Real Madrid as in the selection; an unforgettable year to individual level and community. I am very happy. I expect that 2017 it was an equal and full year of a lot of titles and joys", has commented the player luso.

Cristiano Ronaldo has trained beside the rest of his mates this Friday in Valdebebas, beginning to prepare already the party of gone of the eighth of final of the Glass of Rey, that will confront to the Real Madrid against a Seville in full form.

Keylor Navas Asks health for the Real Madrid

The guardameta costarricense of the Real Madrid, Keylor Navas, also asks titles and, of course, health for his mates. "The first that ask him to the new year health for all, that is the most important, and from here that we can work with humility and many win to be able to achieve a lot of titles", signals.

"We have worked very well after the holidays and are with many win to face the parties that come", adds. It fits to remember that the Real Madrid will have a triple clash in Glass of Rey and League Santander against the Seville FC.

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